Came here as part of a tour to Bosnia and it was a nice bonus little stop off. The little town is crowned by a fort that reminds you of a Bond villain's hide out. There are charming little cobbled streets that lead up the hill to the fort and dotted around the place is a mosque and some small houses.
It was a lot quieter that most places I had been to so you are not swamped by stampedes of tourists. Its small, so easy to get around and you can happily cover the town in an hour or so.
Before you leave support the local towns folk by buying their products. When I was there there we a couple of women selling punnets of fruit for a Euro and ice drinks for also a Euro.
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